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Tour the Special Air Service

Historical Collection

We hope you enjoy this virtual tour of our Historical Collection. Unfortunately, the SAS Historical Collection is not open to the general public. However, visits by appointment may be made for schools and other eligible organisations. For enquiries please contact us.

Open to all SASR Members Wednesday 9am – 3pm or by appointment.

SASR: Operational Environments


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Counter Terrorist Operations Exhibit

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DID YOU KNOW?

In the late 1970s a SASR officer met with allied counter terrorist units overseas in an effort toCT Vehicle ascertain the most suitable vehicle for the fledgling Australian Counter Terrorist Force to adopt. The overwhelming recommendation was the Range Rover. Australian Army procurement officers however disagreed with the recommendation, opting instead for in-service F100 vehicles configured as ambulances.

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UNIMOG 1700L Truck ‘MOTHERSHIP’

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UH1B Iriquios Helecopter

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Uniforms Worn by the Australian SAS

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UNIQUE TO SASR

Sandy BeretAlthough the British and New Zealand SAS, and the US Army Ranger Regiments also wear the 'Beige' or Sandy Beret, the Australian SAS Badge remains unique. The Australian SAS Badge, representing the flaming sword 'Excalibur', is of a common design to that of the British and New Zealand Regiments.
However, it is a metal gold and silver badge on a black shield as opposed to the cloth or bullion badges of our British and New Zealand counterparts, and the same badge is worn by all SAS qualified members of SASR from Trooper to Colonel.



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Jungle Equipment

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Stealth on Water

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Artist in Residence


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